Lindsey Buckingham would consider collaboration with Stevie Nicks I Oct 2006

Thursday, October 05 @ 06:22:33 MDT
Topic: Rock News

The Rock 106.7 – Wenatchee, Washington

Lindsey Buckingham is currently promoting his new solo album, Under The Skin, but that doesn’t mean he’s eliminating future collaborations with Fleetwood Mac. He also hasn’t ruled out a possible joint venture with ex-girlfriend and Fleetwood Mac member Stevie Nicks.

Buckingham told that he would think about doing something based around the Buckingham-Nicks album, which the pair released in 1973: “I think there are things Stevie and I could do, if we could find the common ground to coexist, you know, which is probably more up to me than it is her. The Buckingham-Nicks album, which has never been released on CD, you know, who’s to say that we couldn’t go out and tour that, that would be an interesting concept.”

Buckingham told that no matter what’s in store, he hopes to remain on good terms with Nicks: “Whatever happens with Stevie, I would just wanna, with the band in general obviously, but I mean with Stevie in particular, because I’ve known her for so long, since I was about 16, one thing that would be very important to me by the time we say ‘we’re not gonna do this any more,’ would be that Stevie and I end up in a really good space together, you know.”

Buckingham and Nicks met in high school, and later became a couple while working together in a rock band called Fritz. After that band broke up they recorded an album together as Buckingham-Nicks, before a chance encounter with Mick Fleetwood led to them joining Fleetwood Mac. Their subsequent breakup inspired many of the songs on the band’s most popular album, Rumours.

Under The Skin is Buckingham’s first solo album since 1992’s Out of the Cradle.

Buckingham will shoot an episode of the CMT series Crossroads with the country group Little Big Town today (Thursday, October 5th) in Nashville.

This article comes from The Rock 106.7 – Wenatchee, Washington<